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she wanted to this because her sister made a team in high school

Wilma Rudolph first showed talent or interest for her future career in the U.S. Olympics sometime between the ages of 12-16. She was 16 when she earned a position on the U.S. Olympic track and field team. Beginning sometime in 1952, the 12-year-old Wilma Rudolph achieved the dream of shedding her handicap. Her older sister was on a basketball team, and it was around this time that Wilma vowed to follow in her footsteps. She was later spotted playing by Tennessee State track and field coach Edward S. Temple. He later stated that the day he saw Rudolph for the first time he knew he had found a natural athlete. By the time Rudolph was 16, she had earned a position on the U.S. Olympic track and field team.

Martha Hudson, Barbara Jones, Wilma Rudolph, and Lucinda Williams.

The person who influenced Wilma Rudolph to start running was the Tigerballs running team coach. She also influenced herself to run, because she knew she was crippled as a child so she knew she had a chance to run. She knew it was worth it and she knew she could do it. She had LOTS of faith in herself.

Wilma won a bronze medal as a member of the U.S. women's 4x100 meter relay team at the 1956 Summer Games in Melbourne.

You just try out in collage and if you make it then your on the team!

== == The Rudolph tale was written by Robert L. May, a copywriter at the Montgomery Ward department store in 1939. However, he did not indicate what year Rudolph was supposedly born or when he joined the other 8.

Wilma Rudolph sprinted to three gold medals at the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome, becoming the first woman from the United States to win three golds in one Olympics. Rudolph, an African-American, won the 100 meter dash and the 200 meter dash and anchored the winning 400 meter relay team. Born to a large, poor family in Tennessee, Rudolph battled polio, scarlet fever and pneumonia as a child and for a few years lost the use of one leg. By the time she was a teenager she was 5' 11" and an outstanding wilma-rudolphplayer. She began sprinting with a team from Tennessee State University when she was still in high school, and earned a bronze medal as a member of a relay team in the 1956 Olympics in Melbourne before earning triple gold four years later. In 1973 she was inducted into the Black Athletes Hall of Fame, and in 1974 she was named to the National Track and Field Hall of Fame. Her 1977 autobiography was titled Wilma.A 1977 TV movie about her life, Wilma, was directed by Bud Greenspan and starred actress Shirley Jo Finney as Rudolph.

Rudolph was the last to join the sleigh-pulling team, because when I read an old English version of The Night Before Christmas, there were only eight reindeer pulling Santa's sleigh.

a collage to go to should be asmart collage no matter what football team you like.

Kyle Rudolph plays for the Minnesota Vikings.

Sometimes, an nfl team iz doing so poorly that they have open tryouts. If you show them somethinv that they lime, then they can ask you to join. Look at the movie invincible. It is a perfect example of this.

The only team i think is the Arkansas razor backs. The collage team.

No they are not siblings. Because donner, (his dad) is just on the sleigh team with vixen in the beginning. The rudolph at the end joins the sleigh team. They are not even related.

Join my team.

It is about $100 to join a midddle school volleyball team It is about $100 to join a midddle school volleyball team

Keep on battling him and then eventually he will ask to join your team.

University of Tennessee (Volunteers)

The University of Maine has a pretty good hockey team.

His favorite college team are the Steelers and the Bears!

you just battle them and hopefully they will join your team

after you defeat regiegis you go back in and defeat them and they will join your team

Nick's favorite collage football team is Dallas Football Team

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